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The opposite of Fair Ball!
This is a great baseball park in Andover. Our family spends a lot of time here in the summers with our boy's playing baseball. There's a great playground for the little ones, too!
This cache had a sister named Fair Ball! Someone hit a fair ball and discovered the cache - and now it's gone.
If anyone hit's one here, it will be amazing - kind of like "threading the needle." Only a cacher with a keen eye will discover this hide... that is unless someone else (eg a muggle) sees you there and wonders what you're doing.
So be as inconspicuous as possible with this little bugger. No one else is going to be around you so you can't just hide in the crowd. You'll have to pick the right time to reach your goal on this one.
Difficulty rating is high because:
1. It's going to be hard to be inconspicuous
2. It's going to be hard to retreive the container
3. Most importantly, it's going to be even harder to put the cache container back where it goes
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, take the time to get the cache container back in the right location.
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